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Major Lazer Get "Pon De Floor" at LIV Tonight for Dirty Hairy's Three-Year Anniversary

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Remember when we told you that LIV was among the highest-grossing nightclubs in America? Well, the reason this glossy Miami Beach joint gets so damn paid is because it books really dope backup acts like Major Lazer in case of an emergency.

Originally, A-Trak was scheduled to appear tonight at LIV. But the Canadian DJ had to back out at the last minute.

So taking his place will be Diplo and Switch's collabo project. And together with DJs Ross One, Contra, and Jessica Who, the electro-dancehall duo will celebrate Dirty Hairy's three-year anniversary.

Sandwiched between Childish Gambino and Tune-Yards, Major Lazer appeared on the official lineup poster as one of the confirmed acts for this year's Bonnaroo festival. Catching them at LIV, however, is far more comfortable.

Happy anniversary, Dirty Hairy! And many more!

Major Lazer. Wednesday, February 15. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $40 plus fees via via wantickets.com. Call 305-674-4680 or visit livnightclub.com.

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